This large two-story house addresses its corner site with a wraparound porch. Typical of Barber's catalogue designs, the house is asymmetrical with a combination of hipped and gabled roofs and dormers. Richly ornate balustrades and porch details combine to make a striking Queen Anne dwelling that is picturesque in its small-town setting.
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Selwyn Percival Rice House
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